YSI EXO DCP Signal Output Adapter

The YSI EXO DCP Signal Output Adaptor converts an EXO sonde signal into either SDI-12 or RS-232.

Features

  • Wires into the end of YSI field cable via flying leads
  • Converts signal to RS-232 or SDI-12 for data logger applications
  • Requires an EXO Sonde, data logger, and flying lead cable to function
$365.00
Stock 5AVAILABLE

Overview
Introducing the EXO DCP Signal Output Adapter 2.0 from YSI, designed with and engineered for compatibility with the EXO sonde platform. As technology continues to develop at a record pace, it’s more critical than ever to have a flexible sonde that can keep up.

Adaptable
A fundamental part of the EXO Sonde platform is the ability to adapt its communication output to match different monitoring applications. Simply configure a sonde with this adapter, and the instrument is then compatible with data loggers and telemetry systems or PCs and tablets with USB connectivity. Converts the proprietary signal from an EXO Sonde into either SDI-12 or RS-232.

Questions & Answers
Does the YSI EXO3 sonde need this DCP adapter since it has native SDI-12 output?
No, the DCP adapter is only required to convert the data signal to SDI-12 on the EXO1 and EXO2 sondes. The DCP adapter will still work with the EXO3 sonde, but it is not needed. If RS-232 output is required, then the DCP adapter is needed for all of the EXO sonde models.
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